The Wife of Jesus is the ethnee

The people being the righteous children of God from the beginning.

"The righteous people being the ones invited out
and the gates of hell shall not prevail against her"
Matthew 16:18

The ones having been scattered following the divorce,

that he could present her to himself glorious, being the ones invited out.

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The Resurrection Exposed




I have written about the resurrection and now I am unveiling the text concerning it.

There are four accounts listed in the New Testament, first in Matthew, the second in Mark, the third in Luke, and the fourth in John. Starting with the book of Matthew, let’s assemble the facts given without using all of the words, in other words just a summary.

Matthew 27: 61 and continuing.

  1. The two Marys witnessed the body of Jesus being laid in the tomb and the stone rolled over the entrance on Wednesday at the 12th hour of the Hebrew day, at sundown.
  2. The two women rest for the next three days of Passover as is required, doing no work except to prepare food.
  3. Mary Magdalene and the other Mary come to see the tomb.
  4. There is a great earthquake and the angel of the Lord descends. (72 hours after he was laid in the tomb.)
  5. The stone is rolled away and the angel sat on it.
  6. The guards and keepers of the garden fear, shake, and become as dead.
  7. The angel speaks to the two women; Fear not for he is not here, come and see the place where he laid.
  8. Go quickly and tell his learners that he is risen from the dead and goeth before you into Galilee (to the place that was arranged by Jesus to meet them there in the mountains). There shall ye see him.
  9. As they (the many women) went to tell the learners, Jesus met them.
  10. Jesus spoke to them, they (the many women) came and held him by the feet and worshipped him.

Mark 15:46 and continuing.

  1. Joseph laid him in his own tomb at the close of the 12th hour of daylight and the beginning of the 15th day of the month.
  2. Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of Joses beheld the place where he is laid.
  3. When the Sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene and Mary the mother of James and Salome came to anoint him. (false)
  4. And early in the morning the first day of the week they came to the tomb at the rising of the sun (80 hours after he was laid in the grave.) (false)
  5. Saying: “Who shall roll away the stone from the door of the tomb?” (false)
  6. They entered the tomb and saw a young man sitting on the right dressed in white. (false) .
  7. You seek Jesus of Nazareth which was impaled; he is risen, he is not here, behold the place where he is was laid. (false)
  8. Go your way tell his learners and Peter that he goeth before you into Galilee. (false) .
  9. Now when Jesus was risen early the first day of the week, he appeared to Mary Magdalene, (false)
  10. She went and told the learners that she had been with him, the Lord. (false).
  11. When the learners heard that he was alive, and had been seen of her, faithed not. (false)
  12. Afterwards, he appeared unto the eleven while they ate, and upbraided them because they believed not. (false)

Luke 23: 53 and continuing.

  1. Joseph laid him in his own tomb, for the day of preparation and the Sabbath drew on.preparation and the Sabbath drew on.
  2. The women who followed Jesus, which came from Galilee, followed Joseph and beheld the tomb where he was laid.
  3. The women prepared spices and ointments; and rested the three-day Sabbath. (false)
  4. Now upon the first day of week, very early in the morning they came to the tomb, (80 hours after he was laid in the tomb.) (false)
  5. The found the stone rolled away, they entered the tomb. Two men stood by them in shining garments. (false)
  6. One of the men said: Why seek the you the living among the dead? Remember how he spoke to you in Galilee. (false)
  7. Returning from the tomb and told all these things unto the eleven. (false)
  8. It was Mary Magdalene and Joanna, and Mary the mother of James and the other women that were with them, told these things unto the learners. (false) .
  9. Peter ran to the tomb looking in beheld the linen clothes laid by themselves and departed. (false)
  10. Two men went into the village of Emmaus. (false)
  11. As they talked, Jesus drew near and went with them..
  12. The two men said; certain women made us astonished which were early at the tomb. (false)
  13. They found not his body and said that they had seen visions of angels, which said he was alive. (false).
  14. After teaching from the Old Testament from Moses and all the prophets the things about himself. (false)
  15. They constrained him; saying, abide with us for it is toward the evening and the daylight is far spent. (false)
  16. He sat with them at meat. He took bread and blessed it and gave to them.
  17. Their eyes were opened and he vanished out of their sight. (false)
  18. They arose and returned to Jerusalem and found the eleven gather together. (false) .
  19. Saying; The Lord is risen and hath appeared unto Simon. This Simon is not Simon Peter for he was still in Jerusalem with the eleven. And, there remains one called; Cleopas. (false)
  20. They told what things were done in the way and he was known in the breaking of bread. (false) .
  21. (40 days after the resurrection) The eleven were gathered in Jerusalem and as they spake; Jesus stood in the midst of them; saying; Peace.
  22. The eleven do not believe that the one standing there is Jesus and he says handle me and see.
  23. Jesus asked for a piece of meat, they gave him fish and honeycomb to eat.
  24. Jesus spoke saying; change your mind and being pardoned from your transgressions unto all of the ethnee beginning from Jerusalem..
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  25. But tarry you in Jerusalem until ye be endued with power from on high.
  26. He lead them out to Bethany lifted his hands and blessed them and Jesus was carried unto heaven.
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John 19: 39 and continuing.

  1. Nicodemus brought about and one hundred pounds of Myrrh and Aloes
  2. Joseph and Nicodemus took the body of Jesus and wound it in a linen cloth with the Myrrh and Aloes
  3. They laid the body in the new tomb because the Jews preparation day for the tomb was close by.
  4. The first day of the week cometh Mary Magdalene to the tomb and sees the stone taken away from the tomb. (80 hours after being laid in the tomb.) (false)
  5. Then she running, comes to Simon Peter and to the other learner whom Jesus loved saying: “They have taken away the Lord out of the tomb and we know not where they have laid him.” (false)
  6. Peter and the other learner came to the tomb. (false)
  7. The other learner did out run Peter. (false)
  8. The other learner did come first and he stooped down looking in saw the linen clothes and went not in. (false)
  9. Simon Peter following him went into the tomb and saw the linen cloth lie and the napkin about head, not lying with the linen cloth. (false)
  10. Then the other learner went in and saw and believed. (false)
  11. For as of yet that he must rise again from the dead (false)
  12. But Mary stood without at the tomb weeping and as she wept, she stooped down and looked into the tomb. (false)
  13. Mary saw two angels in while sitting one at the head and the other at the feet where the body of Jesus had lain. (false)
  14. And they say unto her Woman, why weepest thou? Because they have taken away the body of my Lord and I know not, where it was laid. (false)
  15. She turned back and saw Jesus standing, and knew not that it was Jesus. (false)
  16. Jesus said unto her Mary, she turned and said unto him; Robboni which is to say Master. (false)
  17. Touch me not for I have not yet ascended unto my Father and your Father; and to my God and your God. (false)
  18. Mary Magdalene went and told the learners that she had seen the Lord and that he had spoken unto her. (false) .
  19. At the evening of the first full day being the first day of the week when the doors were shut after the 12th hour of daylight, Came Jesus and stood in the midst of them, but Thomas one of the twelve called the twin was not with the learners. (Where were the ten gathered at the time of this gathering?) (When did they meet him at the place in the mountains of Galilee as agreed upon.) (false) .

What we have now is all the facts from all of the eyewitnesses, reporters and writers concerning the standing up again of Jesus out from among the dead.

The only account that can be true is the book of Matthew for he listed things that are not reported in any of the other reports. His report is the only one that is correct concerning the timing of the 72 hours, three nights and three days that Jesus will be in the grave.

In all of the other three records, Mary Magdalene is a liar for she had seen and handled him in the Matthew report on her way to the city to tell the learners of him at the beginning of the next day on the Hebrew calendar after 12 hour of the day.

She never went in the tomb nor did she see Jesus standing at the tomb in the Garden. She only saw one angel sitting on the stone that he had rolled away all other accounts are false as indicated.

There is no record in the last three accounts of either the guards or the gardeners who were present in the book of Matthew, as well as there was an earthquake. None of the other three reports has any record of the earthquake haven taken place.

In the record of John, he reported that they did not know he would die and rise again. John just plain lied. See Mark 8: 31 “...And be killed, and after three days rise again.” Matthew 27; 63 “...After three days I will rise again.” By John’s, own admission in John 2:19, “Destroy this temple and in three days I will raise it up, but he spake of the temple, of his body.” See also, Luke 24:7 where the angel reminded them that Jesus was to be impaled and to rise after three days. John’s source of information confirms that he lied concerning that; they did not know he would rise after three days.

In John, the gathering where Jesus appears among them is present as being at the time of the standing up again when the truth is; that it was the forty days after the resurrection as he was transferred from earth to heaven. A false representation of the event so that it was included with the standing up again account.

In all three of the accounts of Mark, Luke and John, Jesus was shown to be risen before anyone came to the tomb at the end of the 72 hours, rather all three indicated that it was 80 hours later thereby falsifying and declaring null and void the conditions for the 72 hours to be fulfilled exactly on time. All the events took place in the morning hours of daylight, at about the first hours of daylight, rather than the requirement that he be aroused at the first hours of darkness or the first hours of the nighttime.

In the last three accounts, did Jesus appear unto them when they were behind locked doors with 10 of the learners or was their 11 as some say? There is a discrepancy between their reports by adding the Thomas account at another time.

In the Matthew 28:16 account, the eleven learners went away to a mountain retreat where Jesus had arranged with them to meet. All other meeting are something that was added by the writers, scribes, or translators, which had changed the text in other places.

In the Matthew account, there is no account of them being filled with the Holy Spirit that was not yet given until the day of Pentecost. In one account, they were told to tarry in the city of Jerusalem until they be empowered. In John 20:22 in the English text it says that he breathed on “them”, and said unto them, “Receive the Holy Spirit.” The “them” is added by the translators, the Greek text says that he exhales, and says to them you be getting the Spirit Holy. Here we see once more that the translators added a word changing the entire meaning of the sentence. The translators have it in the present tense and that it happened as he spoke but rather Jesus made it to be something that was going to happen in the future, which we know to be on the day of Pentecost.

Why do we have women bringing spices to anoint his body when Nicodemus had covered him with 100 pounds of Myrrh and Aloes? Jesus had been taken down from the stake, carried to the tomb of Joseph and laid on the stone shelf on the first hours of darkness on the 15th of the month when the moon began to rise.

The reliability of the last three accounts are very low and would not be accepted except in the evil deceived church of the rejected gentiles. It appears that the record was embellished or added to, thereby; making it more spectacular rather than the simple account given in the book of Matthew. We see that the eyewitnesses lied with the purpose of deceiving the readers, which; may have been accomplished either by the translators or by the scribes over the course of years.

It can be said assuredly, that he died willingly for the wife of him at about the ninth hour of daylight and was laid in the tomb at the close of the 14th day of the month and he arose 72 hours later at the start of the fourth evening on a saturday as the moon begin to rise. One angel came down from the throne of the Father and rolled the stone away saying, he is not here for he is risen, go tell his brethren that he goes before them to Galilee to the place that he had arranged in the mountains for them to meet. Mary Magdalene met him on the way to the Holy City to tell his brethren, she worshipped him and handled his feet, she knew that he was alive, not as the last three accounts having her lying concerning the standing up after 80 hours on Sunday Morning at the rising of the sun.

Most of all what is missing from this account is when he arose from the dead in the book of Isaiah. The first message that he had was that the barren wife had more children than the married wife. He had just paid for the ethnee with his own body having been impaled upon the stake. That by the stripes laid on him; they were now healed of their desire to worship idols. Now he could be remarried to the divorced wife, take her and her children home and love them. The good message: The ethnee could now be remarried to the Lord without causing an abomination before his Father and cause the land to sin. His father could now convene the ethnee out from among the heathen rejected gentiles and not lose one to the ground.

All of this has been lost in the New Testament, which cast doubt upon the translation, which the translators came up with, by providing salvation and eternal life for the rejected heathen gentiles of this world through the evil Christians church of the gentiles; those whom God had rejected from the foundation of the earth.

To further demonstrate the errors of John and the resurrection, we show you two verses, which were added by the translators.

John 20: 22-23.

“And when he had said this, he breathed on [them], and saith unto them, Receive ye the Holy Ghost: Whose so ever sins ye remit, they are remitted unto them; [and] whose so ever [sins] ye retain, they are retained.”

These two verses are included in the resurrection account in the book of John. Both have been added by the scribes and translators, for neither can be true and are therefore false.

Jesus had just completed the act of buying back the ethnee Hebrews of the house of Israel. He had pardoned them of their transgressions and they were now the children of God. Jesus knew that the promise of the outpouring was to be on the day of Pentecost by his own words. How then could he exhale on them and say, receive the Holy Spirit for it had not yet given?

This remitting of sin was added to augment the evil church; for the act of pardoning their transgression was limited only to the people of Jesus for which, he had just completed during the previous 72 hours that he had been in the grave. What is the sin that they could remit and be recognized by the Father in heaven? They were not worth enough to buy back the transgression as had been required of Jesus when he paid the price to buy back the people of him and it surely did not include the ethnoon gentiles, which had been rejected by God from the foundation of the world, the seed of Satan.Jesus had died for only the transgressions of the people of him.

This is just another corruption of the evil text, which is used by the evil gentile church. They created for themselves the right to forgive sin. This mystical act of breathing on them and receiving of the Holy Spirit was just an attempt to compete with the mystery religions out of Babylon, of which they are now the head.

The entire chapter 20 is no more than an add on to what may have been a good letter before he finished off with this chapter of many down right falsifications or he just plain lied about the facts to make it better than it was in the book of Matthew’s account.





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